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Please give me yummy mushy food ideas! I am three weeks out and on soft foods only and ALL I want to eat is some kind of carbs and crackers and REAL FOOD!!! What are you guys eating that is making you feel like you’re eating real food? I’ve made chicken meatballs and had turkey burgers and I’m just going crazy. Trying so hard to make this work, but I’m supposed to be on soft foods only for three months and I have no idea how I am going to go three months without a cracker or something.

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My main meal during this phase was turkey chili that was cooking in a slow cooker all day.

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Look up “eggface’s baked ricotta’ recipe it’s yum

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2 minutes ago, Pookyl said:

Look up “eggface’s baked ricotta’ recipe it’s yum

Thanks I’ll have to check it out

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3 minutes ago, Pookyl said:

Look up “eggface’s baked ricotta’ recipe it’s yum

Ok that looks like absolute heaven!

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I’m on soft foods for 5 weeks. So far I’ve made savoury mince, slow cooked lamb shanks, bolognaise, meatloaf, slow cooked curry, ricotta bake

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I found some recipes on bariatric foodie and bariatric bits websites that look pretty good. I am currently on my last day of liquids so tomorrow I get to transition to "mushy" food :) good luck!

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I add Italian seasoned ground turkey to the ricotta bake, it tastes exactly like lasagna. My non WLS family loves it.

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I really like tuna Creations Ranch tuna (in the foil pouches).

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Smoked salmon dip eaten with a spoon: 4 oz salmon; 2/3 cup Tzatziki: 1/3 cup ricotta to add firmness; capers. 2 oz serving; 80 cals, 9 G Protein.< /p>

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